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Israel finds rare 2,200-year-old gold coin

Israel finds rare 2,200-year-old gold coin

  A 2200 year old coin is seen at the Israel Museum, in Jerusalem, Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2010. Archaeologists say they have excavated the heaviest and most valuable gold coin to date in Israel. The 2200-year-old coin, weighing almost one ounce, was found at the Tel Kedesh site near the border with Lebanon on June 22, 2010. (AP Photo/Tara Todras-Whitehill) […]

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Skopjans claim now… Jesus Christ!!!

Skopjans claim now… Jesus Christ!!!

Another epical discovery of FYROM’s press that the world needs to…take notice about. In the land where absurbity has become a way of life, we are not surprised anymore to read such “stories”. The following article was published in FYROM almost a year ago by the magazine “Focus”. Translation of the most interesting part: Whether Jesus and Christianity were born […]

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Slavic Propaganda about churches and iconographies of FYROM

Slavic Propaganda about churches and iconographies of FYROM

A usual habbit of Skopjan propagandists is to use Orthodox icons found in churches in modern FYROM as ‘evidence’ of their culture. In reality this is far from truth. The vast majority of churches in FYROM contain iconographies done by Greek iconographies centuries ago. Just a few examples are: Monastery of St Naum In around 1806, the wall decoration inside […]

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